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Established in 1995, ECPAT Luxembourg develops projects to combat the sexual exploitation
of children in the following three regions of the world: Europe, West Africa and South Asia. ECPAT Luxembourg is officially recognised as a non-governmental organisation by Luxembourg’s Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs and is placed under the High Patronage of Her Royal Highness the Grand-Duchesse who was present at the first World Congress against the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children organised in Stockholm in 1996.
ECPAT Luxembourg carries out campaigning and advocacy in Luxembourg and at the European level in collaboration with other members of the network in Europe. ECPAT Luxembourg has established a national youth group with the aim of mobilising and raising the awareness of young people through peer education. As Local Code Representative for Luxembourg, ECPAT Luxembourg develops training for the tourism sector. Furthermore, ECPAT Luxembourg was responsible for coordinating and co-funding the Luxembourg Guidelines (Terminology Guidelines for the Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation and Abuse).
ECPAT Luxembourg has two offices in West Africa and South Asia, which are responsible for coordinating its interventions in these regions. ECPAT Luxembourg is registered with the national authorities in each of the countries where it intervenes and its projects are implemented by local partners whose capacity is also strengthened through targeted activities.
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